Real estate in Western Sydney

Real Estate Agent in Western Sydney

Western Sydney is a major region of Sydney, New South Wales, Australia. It has a number of different definitions but one consistently used is the region composed of the 11 councils which until recently were all members of the Western Sydney Regional Organisation of Councils.

In Western Sydney, there are currently 297 active agents - of whom 177 agents have been reviewed by previous vendors. Within the last 12 months, these top agents have together sold 5723 properties. Compare agent profiles to easily find the right agent for you and your property, or book for an appraisal today.

Most people don't sell properties every year. But for most of us, our property is our biggest asset, and selling for a good price makes a big impact on what we can afford next. That is why choosing the right real estate agent to represent you is a big and important decision. The best agents are not only better to work with, giving us confidence in a time that can be stressful; but they get better results, too. It is easy and free to find the best real estate agents in the Western Sydney using OpenAgent. All you need to do is search in your suburb to find the best real estate agents. All active real estate agents are there, so you can easily compare them in one place. You can read their profiles, see what they have been selling, read customer reviews, and contact them all in just a couple of clicks.

Real Estate Agent Fees in Western Sydney

The average real estate commission on the Western Sydney is currently 2.01%. Keep in mind that the above commissions are an average and the actual rate might vary from suburb to suburb and differ due to factors such as property types and size, selling price and individual agent commission structures.

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Top agents in Western Sydney

More than 5723 recently sold properties are evaluated by OpenAgent to identify Western Sydney's most prominent agents. In Western Sydney OpenAgent has 2982 reviews on 177 real estate agents.

Penny Stylianou recently sold a 3 bedroom house at 13 Christine Crescent, NSW 2147 Lalor Park

Joseph Vella recently sold a 2 bedroom house at 142 Stafford Street, NSW 2750 Penrith

Mark Comber recently sold a 4 bedroom house at Address Available On Request, NSW 2766 Rooty Hill

Rod Nolan recently sold a 4 bedroom house at 23 Dunphy Street, NSW 2769 The Ponds

Andrew Reeves recently sold a 4 bedroom house at 11 Woodville Street, NSW 2773 Glenbrook

Vivek Kanwar recently sold a 3 bedroom house at 15 Camira Street, NSW 2760 St Marys

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What's it like living in Parramatta?


Situated in the western suburbs of Sydney, about 25 kilometres west of the Sydney central business district, Parramatta is a local government area in the state of New South Wales. Major suburbs in the city include Parramatta, Baulkham Hills, Clyde, Dundas, Oatlands and Epping. Covering 84 square kilometres, Parramatta has a population nearing 250,000 and after the Sydney CBD, it is regarded as the second largest employer in the metropolitan area.

The word Parramatta is derived from 'Burramutta', a term the Darug people used to describe the area, translating roughly to 'eel waters'. This might not sound too appealing, but it was actually a term of endearment. The indigenous community considered the area rich and plentiful and regarded it as a food bowl for many generations. Today the name still holds this sentiment, the city's exciting restaurant and cafe culture please anyone with a passion for food. The thriving culinary scene is reinforced by the multicultural population that calls Paramatta home. Compared to other Sydney suburbs the city has an abundance of young professionals, who have relished in the abundant supply of units in the cities centre, although family homes are still found in the perimeter suburbs.

Geographically in the centre of greater Sydney, Parramatta serves as a major transport hub for Western Sydney, with a bus terminal, recently updated train station and the exciting potential of $1 billion allocated for future light-rail services. Another compelling development is the City of Parramatta Council's ambitious plans to double the size of its CBD within the next 10 years, rivalling Sydney CBD. One of the main projects in this initiative is the Parramatta Square Project, which will see an expansive new commercial and civic space as well as a residential tower, which when complete, will be the largest in the Southern Hemisphere.